Ghouls in Media Dog on Deborah Birx

Ghouls in Media Dog on Deborah Birx

Ghouls in Media Dog on Deborah Birx

You cannot deny that Deborah Birx is a brilliant woman. Not only is she a physician, but her accomplishments in the medical field are astounding. Now, of course, she’s advising President Trump on the coronavirus crisis. But because she says nice things about the President, media ghouls must destroy her credibility.

Here’s an example of what sends the ghouls into a tizzy. On the day that Trump signed the COVID-19 relief bill, Birx complimented him on his handling of the economy.

But according to the media, because she compliments Trump she’s a shill for the Most Stupid President in History. Never mind that intellectually she outpaces every one of them, or that she’s a voice of calm during a stressful situation. Plus, she really knows her stuff. But they hate her because she says nice things about the President, and they just can’t stand it.


Credit: The White House/flickr/public domain.

Take, for example, leftwing Vox. Writer Aaron Rupar wrote that a recent interview Birx held with the Christian Broadcasting Network raised questions about her “credibility.” Why? Because she said that Trump was “attentive to the scientific literature and the details.”

Truth be told, the fact that she even gave an interview to a network of know-nothing science-denying Christians was enough to send them into histrionics. But according to Vox:

“It’s true Trump is sensitive to certain kinds of data — but those kinds generally include his own poll numbers and the stock market, not indicators of public health.”

Rupar also conveniently added his own tweets to his article. Talk about self-serving:

But the King of the Ghouls was none other than MSNBC’s Brian Williams — yes, that Brian Williams. The same journalist who in 2015 falsely claimed he was aboard a helicopter forced down by fire during the 2003 Iraq invasion. Frankly, I wouldn’t have had to chutzpah to show my face on the air after that. But such are the talking heads on mainstream media, where the egos come bigger than the state of Montana, and the IQs are more like Connecticut.

Anyway, Williams said this about Deborah Birx’s interview:

“That was translated from the original North Korean.”

Mediaite called that an example of Williams’ “dry wit.” The wisecrack was a riff on liberal pundit Molly Ivins’ “all-time classic zinger.” Ivins had said that Pat Buchanan’s speech at the 1992 Republican National Convention “probably sounded better in the original German.”

Har, har, har. Are you laughing yet? Do you find it funny? But that’s how the media operate: they frame Trump’s advisor as a totalitarian monster and then laugh at their own joke.

The brutal truth is that these ghouls would rather see the nation economically collapse and more people die if it means Trump’s defeat in November. They hate him more than they care about America.

Has Trump been perfect in his messaging to the American people? No, nor has he been accurate on all his decisions about the coronavirus crisis, either. He could’ve done things differently at the start. But hindsight, as they say, is always 20/20. Plus, he and his team are navigating in uncharted waters, too.

Scott Adams, the “Dilbert” guy, tweeted this, and it’s worth remembering as we carry on:

Trump is doing what he thinks is best for the country. Dr. Deborah Birx, along with Dr. Anthony Fauci, are advising the President, based upon their examination of scientific data. They’re the experts, but they’re learning, too. And no one in the media knows what goes on when Trump meets with his advisory team, either.

The media ghouls should shut up about things they don’t know about, and let the grownups do their job.


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  • Rosie, Queen of Corona says:

    But note that they worship Fauci, and regard every word from his lips as coming from the Delphic Oracle.

  • John M Casteel says:

    You didn’t mention, Kim, that Dr. Birx is an eminently class act. Of course, the media wouldn’t know class if a nuclear version suddenly dropped on them. Ergo, she’s icky.

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  • GWB says:

    this is shocking, hackish stuff
    Well, coming from a Vox writer, I guess he’d know “hackish”, wouldn’t he?

    Do you find it funny?
    I didn’t find it funny the first time around, either.

    The media ghouls should shut up about things they don’t know about
    So, you think they should just shut down entirely? I’m ok with that.

  • CaptDMO says:

    “Not only is she a…yeah yeah yeah…blah blah blah.
    She wouldn’t even be standing there if she weren’t.
    But she’s ALSO in a unique position of access to more information, and more ACTUAL geek/experts, than ANY bunch of dainty Habitrail tube hiders in the “Bust non-New World Order balls gonads at ANY cost!” class more concerned with “mentally” rubbing one out.
    IMHO of course. I COULD be wrong.

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